News

West Coast Tour w/ North Mississippi Allstars

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

We are pleased to kick off 2010 with a tour of the West Coast with our good friends North Mississippi Allstars. The tour gets started on January 27th and will make stops in Lake Tahoe, Santa Cruz and San Francisco. From there we head down to Los Angeles where we will join Dave Matthews guitarist Tim Reynolds and Widespread Panic alum Jerry Joseph at The Mint! Tickets are currently on sale and advance sales are encouraged. Thanks for all the support and we hope to see our West Coast crew out for these killer dates.

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Documentary Intro

Monday, December 14th, 2009

I’m excited to announce a new project called “Completely – The Jamie McLean Documentary”. Cameras have been following us around for the last few months to capture the journey we are on so you can be right there with us. From the stage, to the studio, to backstage and more, “Completely – The Jamie McLean Documentary” will be available weekly on www.JamieMcLean.com to show clips of what has been happening (and even some funny/embarrassing outtakes!). Take a look at the video for things to come in January. Hope you’re all well.

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George McConnell (WSP) plays with Jamie McLean

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

A few weeks ago we had the pleasure playing at The 5 Spot in Atlanta, GA in November 2009. George McConnell, of Widespread Panic, joined us onstage for a rockin’ rendition of Midnight Rider. Enjoy.

For more videos, check out our video library at vimeo.com/JamieMcLean

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Playing at the Esquire SoHo Apartment

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

On November 9th we were invited to the Esquire SoHo Apartment in NYC. After exploring this amazing apartment we were asked to play in the Diesel Room – a full studio set up with Blue Microphone mics. We played a few songs including Ain’t Noboday Like My Baby off the new album. Enjoy the tunes.

Take a look at Blue Microphones at www.BlueMics.com and the Esquire Apartment at www.esquiresoho.com.

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New York City Photo Gallery

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

Its been a busy month in New York City and beyond! Along with a big tour through the Southeast with the band I was asked to sit in with a few friends. Check out the photos from my sit in with Blues Traveler at Irving Plaza, Big Sam’s Funky Nation and Spin Doctor’s lead singer Chris Barron at Sullivan Hall.

JM and Popper

JM and BT @ Irving Plaza

JM and Big Sam

JM and Sam

JM and Chris Barron

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Tom Petty “Full Moon Fever”

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

Runnin Down A Dream....
Runnin Down A Dream…

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"Full Moon Fever" Halloween

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

I know who I’m going to be for Halloween. The fellas and I will be rocking out in Charleston for Halloween and as a special set we will be covering Tom Petty’s “Full Moon Fever” album in its entirety. Runnin Down a Dream, Yer So Bad, and Free Fallin will be in effect. Look for my top hat and everything. Happy Halloween!

Full Moon Petty Face

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Jamie jamming w/ Blues Traveler Video

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

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Sullivan Hall Wednesday Night

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Hey guys – I’ll be at Sullivan Hall tomorrow night. Kevin Bacon (yes that Kevin Bacon) will be joining the show along with Chris Barron who is the lead singer from the Spin Doctors.  8:30 sharp! Check out the video to find out more about the show.

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Blues Traveler Review

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

Jamie McLean joined Blues Traveler at a sold out Paradise Rock Club in Boston last week. The band opened up the night with a full set of new and old material including “Can You Hear Me Now”, “Garden of Thieves”, “Completely” “Holy Water” and “Cupid’s Greatest Thief”. It seems the boys in Blues Traveler became quick fans of JMB. John Popper and Blues Traveler invited Jamie to join them on stage for a raging version of their classic tune “Mullin’ It Over” featuring a blazing guitar solo from Jamie as well as some firework trading of notes between Jamie and John Popper. Fans and critics alike enjoyed the sets. Enjoy the pictures below as well as a review of the concert from Enterprise News.

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JM and Popper Backstage

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